PowHER TV Launch Party review, featuring Dream, Girl screening

by Charlene SanJenko, February 24, 2017

PowHERhouse Media is redefining what is means to be ‘powerful’ and modeling this new definition through digital media and live events to build strong Canadian women who lead.

On January 25th, PowHERhouse hosted the third PowHER TV launch party in a series featuring a screening of Dream, Girl.  The evening welcomed 200 women and included a networking reception, inspirational speakers and an interactive panel discussion.

We are proud to be the first organization in Western Canada to bring Dream, Girl to Nanaimo, Sechelt & Vancouver.

PowHER TV launched in late September 2016 with our pilot season, and we also utilized the Launch Parties to thank and celebrate everyone who has supported our journey ~ sponsors, collaborators, volunteers, cast & crew, mentors and friends.  At this time, we are pitching season 2 of PowHER TV to CBC.

You can read our PowHER TV Press Release here, watch our promo video here and all episodes to date here.

Our greatest motivation is to build a media platform that mobilizes Canadian women; catalyzing and coordinating collective action for impact.

PowHERhouse is the only Canadian-focused media platform that accelerates individual performance, business growth and social impact.  

You can learn more about us here.

In Spring 2017, our next stop is Toronto where we look forward to hosting a PowHERhouse Toronto Launch Party, screening of Dream, Girl, and creating an intimate, invite-only evening for Toronto’s most powHERful women making an impact in sport, business, the arts and community leadership to come together.
Event Itinerary:  Specifics to be confirmed
5:15 pm  Doors open
5:15-6 pm  Networking reception, appetizers served
6 pm Welcome
Three 5-minute inspirational talks
6:30-7:30 pm Screening of Dream, Girl – the documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs
7:30-7:50 pm Panel Discussion
7:50-8 pm What’s Next, How to Work with PowHERhouse and Closing Remarks
8-8:30 pm Opportunity for conversation and further networking

The PowHERhouse media platform has been built for you.  

Find Your Power.  Take Your Lead.


PowHERhouse Media Group is a self-sustaining social impact organization.  We see ourselves as an educational and economic driver for women and utilize an extensive multi-media platform to accomplish our goals of positive systemic change nationally and internationally by connecting Canada’s most impactful women to their strongest self, highest sense of purpose and each other.  

Charlene SanJenko

Charlene SanJenko is the Founder and CEO of PowHERhouse, a social impact organization utilizing a multi-media platform to build strong women.

A vibrant entrepreneur who embodies lifestyle + leadership, Charlene finds her greatest joy bringing together powHERful women ready to make an impact and change the world, powHERfully – one woman, one family and one community at a time.

“We recognize that the change our world needs is us, and we’re stepping up, speaking up and showing up to take action, together. We recognize the importance of integrating lifestyle + leadership. PowHERful women require strength, energy, confidence and connections to realize and sustain their dreams.”

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